Joan Sotkin’s Prosperity Place 2018-08-10T12:48:51+00:00


A Unique Approach to Prosperity

If you’ve been on the personal growth path and think
there’s something wrong with you that needs fixing…


The fact is, there’s nothing wrong with you that needs fixing. You just have habitual thoughts, beliefs, and emotions that inform your decisions that are no longer serving you.

Using simple brain science, I can help you develop the habitual thoughts, beliefs, and emotions that will move your business, finances or career in a positive direction.

Using the information presented on this site, you will:

  • Develop the mindset and financial skills you need to prosper and thrive in any economy
  • Understand and alter the emotional habits negatively affecting your business and cash flow – without therapy.
  • Experience financial peace of mind so you can live a stress-free, spiritually-centered life
  • Finally reach your full income potential and live a life of prosperity and inner peace

Coaching Services

Experience Joan's unique ability to identify the internal and financial issues that are holding you back.

Individual, Groups & More

My goal is to provide help to anyone who is ready to reach a new level personally, professionally, and financially.

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Online Courses

Learn how to obtain both prosperity and financial freedom with Joan’s innovative online courses.

An Innovative Approach

Build a successful business or professional practice using Joan’s unique holistic approach to prosperity and financial freedom.

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Tools for Prosperity

A unique collection that will help you develop prosperity and financial freedom while finding inner peace.

Books, Audios, & More.

Joan’s Tools for Prosperity include items that will help you travel deep inside of yourself and release your personal power.

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The Prosperity Show Podcast

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Mark Gober: Understanding the Nature of Consciousness -TPS334

Mark Gober is an author the recently released book An End to Upside Down Thinking: Dispelling the Myth That the Brain Produces Consciousness and the Implications for Everyday Life. Mark is a Partner at Sherpa Technology Group in Silicon Valley, a former New York investment banker, and former Princeton University tennis team captain. […]

Create a Success Habit -TPS333

I really believe that everything about you is a habit and habits can change. If something in your business, finances, or life is not working, it’s not because there is something wrong with you, it’s because you have habits that inform your decisions which affect your behaviors. In this episode, I talk about this and what you need to do to create new habits. [...]

Robert Middleton: How to Get More Clients -TPS332

Robert Middleton has been helping self-employed professionals with their marketing for the past 34 years. In 1999 he wrote the online bestseller, the InfoGuru Marketing Manual and launched the profession of coaching and consulting for self-employed people. He’s published his ezine and blog, “More Clients”, for 21 years. His main program is now the membership site, the More Clients Club. […]

Satisfied clients have said…

“Words can’t fully express how impactful Joan Sotkin has been for me. Joan’s course materials and coaching expertly combine the lessons from her book, blog, podcast and life-experience in a way that have guided me to a new level of existing as a complete human being. Before Joan, I’d never found a person or program that really helped deal with issues comprehensively that had held me back. After working with her closely, I’ve been able to apply the material to my business and life. I could not provide a stronger recommendation for Joan, her coaching and her material. If you want to make real strides toward being your best self, invest in Joan and her Rewire Your Brain course.”  Phil Dillard, Co-Founder VETCON

“When I started with Joan, I was intense, suffered from anxiety and was in need of healing family issues. As long as I was busy burning the candle at both ends, I’d be fine. If I had a Sunday with nothing to do, I’d get anxiety attacks. That is a thing of the past. Joan is a businesswoman and entrepreneur who is grounded in love with a wealth of knowledge and experience that continues to astound me by the results I get in my life.” Katie Adler, English with Katie

“I’ve been a fan of Joan Sotkin and her programs since 2002. I was looking for resources to help my clients, but I found that I’ve benefitted from her work myself! Growing up, I was sheltered from dealing with money. Unknowingly, I made up limiting beliefs and stories about money. Joan’s approach to dealing with money appeals to me because she clearly presents practical principles that make good common sense. At the same time, she gets you to work on the deeper underlying issues that go far beyond the intellect. No one can match her insights into the connection between money and emotions and how family-of-origin issues affect a person’s finances.” George C. Huang, M.D.,

Prosperity Place Blog Recent Posts

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Program Your Brain for Success & Satisfaction

In many ways, your brain can be compared to a computer that functions because of the way it’s programmed. If something in your life isn’t working, it’s most likely because of the programming, not because there is something wrong with you. Do you struggle with up and down income, financial fear, chronic debting, or underearning? Do many of your efforts end in disappointment? […]

Change Your Mindset from Scarcity to Prosperity

You have probably heard the terms scarcity and prosperity mindset. Someone with a scarcity mindset often believes, thinks, and feels that there is never enough – and that they are not enough. The emotions that go with scarcity are low self-esteem, a sense of being trapped, frustration, longing, shame, deprivation, aloneness, and more. With a prosperity mindset, […]

The Hidden Pain of Financial Shame

Last week, I was talking to a group of friends at lunch and shared that I had been looking deeply into the issue of financial shame. I asked each of my friends to share something they were ashamed of. (I shared something too.) […]